Daniel Faria Gallery, 188 St Helens Avenue, Toronto ON, M6H 4A1

Douglas Coupland: Our Modern World

Douglas Coupland, Our Modern World, Installation view at Daniel Faria Gallery, 2015

‘Our Modern World’ puts forward concepts that are critically pitched yet comfortably packaged in works that borrow from art and pop culture histories. Review by Rebecca Travis

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Matt's Gallery, 42-44 Copperfield Road, London E3 4RR

Roy Voss: All the World’s a Sunny Day

Roy Voss, All the Worlds a Sunny Day

Cards marked with ‘cross’, ‘bitter’ and ‘end’ hint at something emotive and upsetting. Nothing is made too easy, too clear – Voss makes us work a bit for our response. The exhibition is reviewed by Helena Haimes.

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In Between Time, Knowle West Media Centre and surrounding area, Leinster Avenue, Bristol BS4 1NL

Mammalian Diving Reflex: Nightwalks with Teenagers

Nightwalks with Teenagers

In the first of two reviews of Bristol's In Between Time festival, Bob Gelsthorpe reviews Nightwalks with Teenagers by Canadian artists Mammalian Diving Reflex on his own terms.

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Ikon Gallery, 1 Oozells Square, Brindleyplace, Birmingham, B1 2HS


Installation view, DAILY LOVEMAKING, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

For his first solo show, Nàstio Mosquito presents works at Ikon that undermine and disrupt our perceptions of both the artist and continental divisions. Cathy Wade reviews DAILY LOVEMAKING.

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Palais de Tokyo, 13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75 116 Paris

Bouchra Khalili: Foreign Office

Foreign Office, Installation View

For her latest exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo, Bouchra Khalili presents a new series of works made up of films, photographs and historical document, which explore the complex relationships between colonial and post-colonial History in the period after Algerian independence.

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Nederlands Fotomuseum, Las Palmasbuilding Wilhelminakade, 332 3072 AR, Rotterdam

John Stezaker: Collages

Ventriloquist III

Ten years after John Stezaker made his breakthrough in the international art world, the Nederlands Fotomuseum presents a new retrospective of his characteristic, surrealist photocollages.

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Tramway, 25 Albert Drive, Glasgow G41 2PE

Laura Aldridge: California wow!

Laura Aldridge, California wow! installation view at Tramway (2015)

In ‘California wow!’ Aldridge’s artistic process takes centre stage, and the colossal Tramway 2 gallery gives the artist space to draw from all areas of her practice to fully immerse us into her world. Review by Laura Campbell

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Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP

Jeremy Deller - William Morris / Andy Warhol Study day

Love is Enough: William Morris and Andy Warhol Study Day This afternoon of talks and presentations drew out some of the themes and ideas from the Love is Enough. Presentations ranged from discussions of Warhol’s early years to the production of Morris’ tapestries and different conceptions of Utopia.

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SculptureCenter, 44-19 Purves Street, Long Island City, New York 11101

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook

Village and Elsewhere: Jeff Koons’ Untitled, Cindy Sherman’s Untitled, and Thai Villagers, 2011

In presenting the overarching themes behind Rasdjarmrearnsook’s oeuvre, this retrospective ultimately succeeds in letting the artist speak for herself, and concedes how cryptic and culturally specific her work can often seem. Review by Arthur Ivan Bravo

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Cubitt, 8 Angel Mews, London N1 9HH

Rachel Reupke: Letter of Complaint

Rachel Reupke, Letter of Complaint, February 2015, Installation view, Cubitt Gallery,

Reupke continues to explore the malleable properties of stock image photography in her new film installation, ‘Letters of Complaint’. Fascinated by their flatness, emotional emptiness, and a lack of substance, Reupke investigates how stock footage can be manipulated, given potential context and exposed as fragile or unnerving. The exhibition is reviewed by Philomena Epps.

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Tenderpixel, 8-10 Cecil Court, London WC2N 4HE

M/Other Tongue

The Perfect Sound

This group exhibition draws the viewer into unknown territories, inviting them to explore language in all its varied permutations. Review by Maru Rojas

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